The student group’s Halloween show began at 8 p.m. with an introduction from performer Sean Delanoy, a senior interdisciplinary business major, who encouraged donations, prefaced the five acts to follow and got everyone in the Halloween spirit.
The first floor of the Art & Interactive Multimedia building was decorated with festive favorites like black cats, thick cobwebs and string lights that accented the tables filled with goodies and accessories just in time for the upcoming holiday.
Director Damien Chazelle takes a distinct approach with “First Man” by giving us a look at not just the story of NASA’s accomplishment, but by also telling the story of Armstrong’s life throughout the 1960s and the personal struggles he faces
Student Government met with Student Events Scheduler and Coordinator Carly Samuels to elaborate on the process of booking rooms at the College, rejected one resolution and passed one bill during its general body meeting on Oct. 24.
Since early September, students at Johns Hopkins University and Lehigh University have been facing outbreaks of hand, foot and mouth disease, according to The Wall Street Journal. As of Oct. 19, Johns Hopkins reported more than 100 cases and Lehigh reported 116. Princeton University has also seen eight cases.
When students, alumni, parents and other guests of the College walk through the lobby of Trenton Hall, they are now greeted with pieces of history that have been incorporated in the new “Our Trenton Roots” exhibit.
In a open forum organized by Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Elizabeth Bapasola, students asked questions and expressed concerns regarding various policies at the College at the first ever Red Tape meeting on Friday, Oct. 26 in the Brower Student Center Room 216.
Student Government organized various events for this year’s Homecoming Spirit Week from Monday Oct. 22 to Friday, Oct. 26. Events ranged from a popcorn giveaway in the Brower Student Center to competitions filled with lines of eager students ready to participate.